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UK referendum: Prime Minister Cameron visits European Parliament

Others Article - Institutions29-01-2016 - 18:30
 
European Parliament President Martin Schulz and British Prime Minister David Cameron are pictured during their meeting at the European Parliament on Friday 29 of January 2016   EP President Martin Schulz and UK Prime Minister David Cameron on 29 January

Welcoming UK Prime Minister David Cameron to Brussels today 29 January, President Martin Schulz noted that, as co-legislator, the European Parliament will have a key role to play in the success of any initiatives for EU reforms resulting from negotiations. Their meeting revolved around UK demands for changes to its relationship with Europe ahead of a referendum on the country's membership of the EU. The British vote will also be on the agenda of the upcoming EU summit on 18-19 February.


Following the meeting with Prime Minister Cameron, EP President Martin Schulz highlighted Parliament’s commitment to a positive result from the EU-UK negotiations: “We are deeply convinced that both the UK and the EU are stronger together than apart."


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Updated: ( 29-01-2016 - 19:33)